[Radio-announce] This week on eyes On Success: Early History of Screen Readers and Web Accessibility
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Wed May 14 08:21:38 EDT 2014
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week's show is:
1420 Early History of Screen Readers and Web Accessibility (May 14, 2014)
A number of screen readers are available to access computers. But it wasn't
always this way. Jim Thatcher was a pioneer in the development of the first
screen readers and years later of the first standards for web accessibility.
Hosts Peter and Nancy Torpey speak with him about the early history of both
and about his current work as an accessibility consultant.
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